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1As required by Executive Order 13556, Controlled Unclassified Information, November 4, 2010, and 32 CFR Part 2002,Controlled Unclassified Information, effective November 14, 2016.

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IntroductionThe CUI program standardizes the way the Executive branch handles unclassified information thatdoes not meet the criteria required for classification under E.O. 13526, “Classified National SecurityInformation,” December 29, 2009, or the Atomic Energy Act but must be protected based on law,regulation, or Government-wide policy. That protection involves the safeguards employed whilebeing stored or handled by the Executive branch departments or agencies (hereafter referred to asagencies), as well as the controls involving how the information is disseminated. Prior toimplementation of the CUI program, agencies employed ad hoc, agency-specific policies,procedures, and markings to safeguard and control this information, such as information thatinvolves privacy, security, proprietary business interests, and law enforcement investigations. Thisinefficient, confusing patchwork resulted in inconsistent marking and safeguarding of documents,led to unclear or unnecessarily restrictive dissemination policies, and created impediments toauthorized information sharing.This handbook was developed to assist authorized holders by providing examples of correctlymarked Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI). Markings alert holders to the presence of CUIand, when portion markings are used, identify the exact information or portion that needs protection.Markings can alert holders to any CUI dissemination and safeguarding controls. While everymarking situation is not reflected, this handbook provides basic marking guidelines for CUI,regardless of form.Employees must review their agency’s CUI policy prior to marking any CUI. The handling of CUImust be in accordance with E.O. 13556, “Controlled Unclassified Information,” November 4, 2010,(hereafter referred to as the Order), 32 CFR Part 2002, supplemental guidance published by the CUIExecutive Agent (EA), and all applicable EA-approved agency policy.All markings used are for illustration purposes only. This booklet does not contain CUI and may bereproduced without permission.3

PART ONE:CUI MARKINGS IN ANUNCLASSIFIED ENVIRONMENT4

Banner MarkingsThe CUI Banner Marking: Uniformly and conspicuously apply CUI Banner Markings to the top portion ofevery page of all CUI documents. The content of the CUI Banner Marking must apply to the wholedocument (i.e., inclusive of all CUI within the document) and must be thesame on each page. The Banner Marking should appear as bold capitalized black text and becentered when feasible. The CUI Banner Marking may include up to three elements: The CUI Control Marking (mandatory) may consist of either the word“CONTROLLED” or the acronym “CUI.” CUI Category or Subcategory Markings (mandatory for CUI Specified).CUI Control Markings and Category Markings are separated by twoforward slashes (//). When including multiple categories or subcategoriesin a Banner Marking they are separated by a single forward slash (/). Limited Dissemination Control Markings. CUI Control Markings andCategory Markings are separated from Limited Dissemination ControlsMarkings by a double forward slash (//).CUI ControlMarkingCategoryMarking(if required)DisseminationControlMarkingCONTROLLED or CUI//CATEGORIES AND SUBCATEGORIES//DISSEMINATIONReference: 32 CFR 2002.20(b)5

Banner Markings ( CUI Control Marking)The CUI Control Marking may consist of either the word “CONTROLLED” or the acronym “CUI”(at the designator’s discretion). The CUI Control Marking is mandatory for all CUI BannerMarkings.As an optional best practice, the CUI Banner Marking may be placed at the bottom of the documentas well.Below are two examples showing the options for the CUI Banner Marking.Mandatory: CUI BannerMarkings must appear onthe top portion of the page.CUICONTROLLEDDepartment of Good WorksWashington, D.C. 20006Department of Good WorksWashington, D.C. 20006August 27, 2016August 27, 2016MEMORANDUM FOR THE DIRECTORMEMORANDUM FOR THE DIRECTORFrom: John E. Doe, Chief Division 5From: John E. Doe, Chief Division 5Subject: ExamplesSubject: ExamplesWe support the President by ensuring that the Governmentprotects and provides proper access to information toadvance the national and public interest.We support the President by ensuring that the Governmentprotects and provides proper access to information toadvance the national and public interest.We lead efforts to standardize and assess the managementof classified and controlled unclassified informationthrough oversight, policy development, guidance,education, and reporting.We lead efforts to standardize and assess the managementof classified and controlled unclassified informationthrough oversight, policy development, guidance,education, and reporting.CONTROLLEDCUIBest PracticeReference: 32 CFR 2002.20(b)(1)6

Banner Markings (Category or Subcategory Marking)CUI Category and Subcategory Markings must be included in the CUI Banner Marking when adocument contains CUI Specified.Agency heads may approve the use of Category and Subcategory Markings with CUI Basicthough agency CUI policy. When an agency head has allowed for their use, CUI Category andSubcategory Markings should be included in the CUI Banner Marking when a documentcontains CUI Basic.Below are two examples of CUI Banner Markings used in a document that contains either CUIBasic (left) or CUI Specified (right).CUI Basic Category Marking(if required in agency policy)CUI SpecifiedCategory t of Good WorksWashington, D.C. 20006Department of Good WorksWashington, D.C. 20006August 27, 2016August 27, 2016MEMORANDUM FOR THE DIRECTORMEMORANDUM FOR THE DIRECTORFrom: John E. Doe, Chief Division 5From: John E. Doe, Chief Division 5Subject: ExamplesSubject: ExamplesWe support the President by ensuring that the Governmentprotects and provides proper access to information toadvance the national and public interest.We support the President by ensuring that the Governmentprotects and provides proper access to information toadvance the national and public interest.We lead efforts to standardize and assess the managementof classified and controlled unclassified informationthrough oversight, policy development, guidance,education, and reporting.We lead efforts to standardize and assess the managementof classified and controlled unclassified informationthrough oversight, policy development, guidance,education, and reporting.NOTE: The above examples use the words “BASIC” and “SPECIFIED” as substitutes for CUI categories andsubcategories. See the CUI Registry for actual markings.Reference: 32 CFR 2002.20(b)(2)7

Banner Markings (Category or Subcategory Marking)An optional best practice, CUI Category and Subcategory Markings may be alphabetized.As an optional best practice, Specified CUI Category and Subcategory Markings should precede Basic CUIin the CUI Banner.CUI type (Basic or Specified) must precedence over alphabetization for ordering purposes.Below are examples demonstrating alphabetized and ordered categories and subcategories.AlphabetizedCUI SpecifiedCategoriesAlphabetized CUIBasic ment of Good WorksWashington, D.C. 20006August 27, 2016MEMORANDUM FOR THE DIRECTORFrom: John E. Doe, Chief Division 5Subject: ExamplesWe support the President by ensuring that theGovernment protects and provides proper access toinformation to advance the national and publicinterest.We lead efforts to standardize and assess themanagement of classified and controlled unclassifiedinformation through oversight, policy development,guidance, education, and IONDepartment of Good WorksWashington, D.C. 20006August 27, 2016MEMORANDUM FOR THE DIRECTORFrom: John E. Doe, Chief Division 5Subject: (U) ExamplesWe support the President by ensuring that the Governmentprotects and provides proper access to information toadvance the national and public interest.For training purposes this paragraph contrails CUI specified.We lead efforts to standardize and assess the management ofclassified and controlled unclassified information throughoversight, policy development, guidance, education, andreporting.All questions regarding this document can be directed to theSecurity and Inspection Division, 202-555-4567.NOTE: The above examples use the letters “AAAA”, “BBBB”, and “CCCC” as substitutes for CUI categories andsubcategories. The right example use the word “SPECIFIED” as a substitute for a specified CUI category orsubcategory; the word “DISSEMINATION” as a substitute for a Limited Dissemination Control Marking in the bannerSee the CUI Registry for actual markings.Reference: 32 CFR 2002.208

Banner Markings (Category or Subcategory Marking)CUI Categories and Subcategories are alphabetized within CUI type (Basic orSpecified). Alphabetized Specified CUI categories and subcategories precedealphabetized Basic CUI categories and subcategories.Remember: this is an optional best practiceAlphabetized CUISpecifiedCategories precedea CUI Basiccategory.CUI Specifiedprecedes CUIBasic categories.CUI SpecifiedCUI nt of Good WorksWashington, D.C. 20006CUI SpecifiedCUI tment of Good WorksWashington, D.C. 20006August 27, 2016August 27, 2016MEMORANDUM FOR THE DIRECTORMEMORANDUM FOR THE DIRECTORFrom: John E. Doe, Chief Division 5From: John E. Doe, Chief Division 5Subject: ExamplesSubject: ExamplesWe support the President by ensuring that theGovernment protects and provides proper access toinformation to advance the national and publicinterest.We support the President by ensuring that theGovernment protects and provides proper access toinformation to advance the national and publicinterest.We lead efforts to standardize and assess themanagement of classified and controlled unclassifiedinformation through oversight, policy development,guidance, education, and reporting.We lead efforts to standardize and assess themanagement of classified and controlled unclassifiedinformation through oversight, policy development,guidance, education, and reporting.NOTE: The above examples use the letters “AAAA”, “BBBB”, and “CCCC” as substitutes for CUI categories andsubcategories. The right example use the word “SPECIFIED” as a substitute for a specified CUI category orsubcategory; the word “DISSEMINATION” as a substitute for a Limited Dissemination Control Marking in the bannerSee the CUI Registry for actual markings.Reference: 32 CFR 2002.209

COMMON MISTAKES (Category or Subcategory Banner Marking)Remember: Specified CUI Category and Subcategory Markings must always be included in theBanner Marking (only the respective ordering of CUI Category and Subcategory Markings isconsidered a best practice, not mandatory).Below is an example of a way NOT to use Specified Markings.In this example Specified CUI Markings areincluded in the portion marking but not in theBanner Marking.THIS IS NOT AUTHORIZED.CONTROLLED//DISSEMINATIONDepartment of Good WorksWashington, D.C. 20006August 27, 2016MEMORANDUM FOR THE DIRECTORFrom: John E. Doe, Chief Division 5Subject: (U) ExamplesSpecified CUIMarkings in theportion marking(U) We support the President by ensuring that theGovernment protects and provides proper access toinformation to advance the national and public interest.(CUI//SP-SPECIFIED//AD) For training purposes thisparagraph contrails specified CUI. We lead efforts tostandardize and assess the management of classified andcontrolled unclassified information through oversight,policy development, guidance, education, and reporting.(U) All questions regarding this document can bedirected to the Security and Inspection Division, 202555-4567.NOTE: The above examples use the word “SPECIFIED” as a substitute for a specified CUI category orsubcategory; the word “DISSEMINATION” as a substitute for a Limited Dissemination Control Marking in thebanner; and, “AD” as a substitute for abbreviated limited dissemination control in the portion marking. See the CUIRegistry for actual markings.Reference: 32 CFR 2002.2010

Banner Markings (Limited Dissemination Controls)Only Limited Dissemination Control Markings found on the CUI Registry may be used.Below are two examples that show the proper use of a dissemination marking in the banner lineof a document that contains either CUI Basic (left) or CUI Specified Department of Good WorksWashington, D.C. 20006Department of Good WorksWashington, D.C. 20006August 27, 2016August 27, 2016MEMORANDUM FOR THE DIRECTORMEMORANDUM FOR THE DIRECTORFrom: John E. Doe, Chief Division 5From: John E. Doe, Chief Division 5Subject: ExamplesSubject: ExamplesWe support the President by ensuring that the Governmentprotects and provides proper access to information toadvance the national and public interest.We support the President by ensuring that the Governmentprotects and provides proper access to information toadvance the national and public interest.We lead efforts to standardize and assess the managementof classified and controlled unclassified informationthrough oversight, policy development, guidance,education, and reporting.We lead efforts to standardize and assess the managementof classified and controlled unclassified informationthrough oversight, policy development, guidance,education, and reporting.NOTE: The above examples uses the word “SPECIFIED” as a substitute for CUI categories and subcategories andthe word “DISSEMINATION” as a substitute for a Limited Dissemination Control Marking. See the CUI Registryfor actual markings.Reference: 32 CFR 2002.20(b)(3)11

Designation IndicatorAll documents containing CUI must indicate the designator’s agency. This may beaccomplished through a “Controlled by” line. Every effort should be made to identify a pointof contact, branch, or division within an organization.Below are examples of how to include a Designation artment of Good WorksWashington, D.C. 20006August 27, 2016MEMORANDUM FOR THE DIRECTORAugust 27, 2016From: John E. Doe, Chief Division 5MEMORANDUM FOR THE DIRECTORSubject: ExamplesFrom: John E. Doe, Chief Division 5We support the President by ensuring that the Governmentprotects and provides proper access to information toadvance the national and public interest.Subject: ExamplesWe support the President by ensuring that the Governmentprotects and provides proper access to information toadvance the national and public interest.We lead efforts to standardize and assess the managementof classified and controlled unclassified informationthrough oversight, policy development, guidance,education, and reporting.We lead efforts to standardize and assess the managementof classified and controlled unclassified informationthrough oversight, policy development, guidance,education, and reporting.Controlled by: Department of Good Works, Securityand Inspection Division, 202-555-4567.All questions regarding this document can be directed tothe Security and Inspection Division, 202-555-4567.Contact line“Controlled by:” LineReference: 32 CFR 2002.20(a)(3)(d)12

Portion MarkingCUI Portion Marking: Portion marking is permitted and encouraged to facilitate information sharing andproper handling of the information (when used, portion markings are placed at thebeginning of the portion to which they apply and throughout the entire document). Using portion markings may be optional (or required in agency policy), but whenusing them these rules must be followed. CUI Portion Markings may include up to three elements: The CUI Control Marking will be the acronym “CUI” (the word“Controlled” will not be used in portion marking). CUI Category or Subcategory Markings can be found in the CUI Registry.CUI Control Markings and Category Markings are separated by two forwardslashes (//). When including multiple categories or subcategories in a portionmarking they are separated by a single forward slash (/). Limited Dissemination Control Markings. CUI Control Markings andCategory Markings are separated from Limited Dissemination ControlsMarkings by a double forward slash (//). Use only the abbreviated versionsof the Limited Dissemination Control Markings found on the CUI Registry. When portion markings are used and a portion does not contain CUI, a “U” isplaced in parentheses to indicate that the portion contains UncontrolledUnclassified Information.CUI CategoryMarking(if required)(CUI//CATEGORIES AND SUBCATEGORIES//DISSEMINATION)CUI ControlMarkingReference: 32 CFR 2002.20(f)LimitedDisseminationControlMarking13

Portion Markings (with Category)This example shows how to mark portions of a document using the CUI Control Markingand CUI Category and Subcategory Markings.Remember: Category and Subcategory Markings must be included in the CUI BannerMarking when a document contains CUI Specified and may be included when a documentincludes CUI Basic, based on agency CUI policy.CUI PortionMarkingCONTROLLEDDepartment of Good WorksWashington, D.C. 20006Remember to carry CUISpecified portions to thebanner.CONTROLLED//SP-SPECIFIEDDepartment of Good WorksWashington, D.C. 20006August 27, 2016August 27, 2016MEMORANDUM FOR THE DIRECTORMEMORANDUM FOR THE DIRECTORFrom: John E. Doe, Chief Division 5From: John E. Doe, Chief Division 5Subject: (CUI) This subject line is CUI for trainingpurposes.Subject: (U) Examples(U) We support the President by ensuring that theGovernment protects and provides proper access toinformation to advance the national and public interest.(CUI) For training purposes this paragraph contrails CUI.We lead efforts to standardize and assess the managementof classified and controlled unclassified informationthrough oversight, policy development, guidance,education, and reporting.(U) All questions regarding this document can be directedto the Security and Inspection Division, 202-555-4567.(U) We support the President by ensuring that theGovernment protects and provides proper access toinformation to advance the national and public interest.(CUI//SP-SPECIFIED) For training purposes thisparagraph contrails CUI specified. We lead efforts tostandardize and assess the management of classified andcontrolled unclassified information through oversight,policy development, guidance, education, and reporting.(U) All questions regarding this document can be directedto the Security and Inspection Division, 202-555-4567.NOTE: The above examples uses the word “SPECIFIED” as a substitute for CUI categories and subcategories. Seethe CUI Registry for actual markings.Reference: 32 CFR 2002.20(f)14

Portion Markings (with Limited Dissemination Control)When portion marking, use the abbreviated form of the Limited Dissemination ControlMarking found on the CUI Registry. This example shows the use of the CUI ControlMarking and a Limited Dissemination Control Marking. When used, LimitedDissemination Control Markings must also appear in the banner line.Below are examples of how to include a Limited Dissemination Control Marking in theCUI portion marking.Remember: Use only the abbreviated versions of the Limited Dissemination ControlMarkings found on the CUI Registry.CONTROLLED//DISSEMINATIONDepartment of Good WorksWashington, D.C. ment of Good WorksWashington, D.C. 20006August 27, 2016August 27, 2016MEMORANDUM FOR THE DIRECTORMEMORANDUM FOR THE DIRECTORFrom: John E. Doe, Chief Division 5From: John E. Doe, Chief Division 5Subject: (U) ExamplesSubject: (U) Examples(U) We support the President by ensuring that theGovernment protects and provides proper access toinformation to advance the national and public interest.(U) We support the President by ensuring that theGovernment protects and provides proper access toinformation to advance the national and public interest.(CUI//AD) For training purposes this paragraph contrailsCUI. We lead efforts to standardize and assess themanagement of classified and controlled unclassifiedinformation through oversight, policy development,guidance, education, and reporting.(CUI//SP-SPECIFIED//AD) For training purposes thisparagraph contrails specified CUI. We lead efforts tostandardize and assess the management of classified andcontrolled unclassified information through oversight,policy development, guidance, education, and reporting.(U) All questions regarding this document can be directedto the Security and Inspection Division, 202-555-4567.(U) All questions regarding this document can be directedto the Security and Inspection Division, 202-555-4567.NOTE: The above examples use the word “SPECIFIED” as a substitute for a specified CUI category orsubcategory; the word “DISSEMINATION” as a substitute for a Limited Dissemination Control Marking in thebanner; and, “AD” as a substitute for abbreviated limited dissemination control in the portion marking. See the CUIRegistry for actual markings.Reference: 32 CFR 2002.20(f)15

Marking Multiple PagesThe makeup of the CUI Banner Marking is determined by the contents of the entire document.The example below is for a document that only contains CUI Basic and is not being portionmarked (as portion marking is optional unless required by agency policy). If any portion of thedocument were to contain CUI Specified information or a Limited Dissemination ControlMarking then the entire document would have to be marked accordingly.The overall CUI Banner Marking for the document must appear on all pages of the document.CONTROLLEDCONTROLLEDDepartment of Good WorksWashington, D.C. 20006CONTROLLEDWe support the President by ensuring that theGovernment protects and provides proper accessWe support the President by ensuring that theto information to advance the national and publicAugust 27, 2016Government protects and provides proper accessto information to advance the national and publicWe lead efforts to standardize and assess theMEMORANDUM FOR THE DIRECTORmanagement of classified and controlledWe lead efforts to standardize and assess theunclassified information through oversight, policyFrom: John E. Doe, Chief Division 5management of classified and controlleddevelopment, guidance, education, and reporting.unclassified information through oversight, policySubject: Examplesdevelopment, guidance, education, and reporting.We support the President by ensuring that theGovernment protects and provides proper accessWe support the President by ensuring that theWe support the President by ensuring that theto information to advance the national and publicGovernment protects and provides proper accessGovernment protects and provides proper accessinterest.to information to advance the national and publicto information to advance the national and publicWe lead efforts to standardize and assess theinterest.interest.management of classified and controlledWe lead efforts to standardize and assess theunclassified information through oversight, policyWe lead efforts to standardize and assess themanagement of classified and controlleddevelopment, guidance, education, and reporting.management of classified and controlledunclassified information through oversight, policyunclassified information through oversight, policydevelopment, guidance, education, and reporting.We support the President by ensuring that thedevelopment, guidance, education, and reporting.Government protects and provides proper accessWe support the President by ensuring that theto information to advance the national and publicGovernment protects and provides proper accessto information to advance the national and public123Reference: 32 CFR 2002.20(c)16

Required Indicators per AuthoritiesThere may be required indicators prescribed by law, regulation, or governmentwide policy. These indicators shall not be included in the CUI Banner or portionmarkings, but must appear in a manner readily apparent to authorized personneland consistent with the requirements of the enactments.Required indicators can include dissemination, informational, or warningstatements. Indicators may also be a specific marking that must appear at the topor bottom of a document.CONTROLLED//SP-SPECIFIEDMARKING REQUIRED PERAUTHORITYDepartment of Good WorksWashington, D.C. 20006August 27, 2016MEMORANDUM FOR THE DIRECTORFrom: John E. Doe, Chief Division 5RequiredIndicatorsSubject: ExamplesWe support the President by ensuring that the Governmentprotects and provides proper access to information toadvance the national and public interest.We lead efforts to standardize and assess the managementof classified and controlled unclassified informationthrough oversight, policy development, guidance,education, and reporting.WARNING: These are words required by the authority. Thistext is stand in text only, please see the CUI Registry and theapplicable law regulation or government-wide policy for exactrequirements. These are words required by the authority.NOTE: The above examples uses the word “SPECIFIED” as a substitute for CUI categories and subcategories. Seethe CUI Registry for actual markings.Reference: 32 CFR 2002.2017

Administrative MarkingsAdministrative or supplemental Markings (e.g., Draft, Deliberative, Predecisional, Sample, Provisional) cannot be used to control CUI. They must not becommingled with or incorporated into CUI Banners and portion markings andmay not duplicate any marking in the CUI Registry.However, agencies may use these markings to inform recipients of the non-finalstatus of documents. The Administrative or supplemental markings, when usedwith CUI, must be authorized in agency policy.Below are two examples of ways to properly use administrative markings.CUICONTROLLEDDepartment of Good WorksWashington, D.C. 20006Department of Good WorksWashington, D.C. 20006August 27, 2016August 27, 2016MEMORANDUM FOR THE DIRECTORMEMORANDUM FOR THE DIRECTORFrom: John E. Doe, Chief Division 5From: John E. Doe, Chief Division 5Subject: ExamplesSubject: ExamplesWe support the President by ensuring that the Governmentprotects and provides proper access to information toadvance the national and public interest.We support the President by ensuring that the Governmentprotects and provides proper access to information toadvance the national and public interest.We lead efforts to standardize and assess the managementof classified and controlled unclassified informationthrough oversight, policy development, guidance,education, and reporting.We lead efforts to standardize and assess the managementof classified and controlled unclassified informationthrough oversight, policy development, guidance,education, and reporting.Reference 32 CFR 2002.20(l)18

COMMON MISTAKES (Administrative Markings)Remember: Administrative or supplemental markings cannot be used to control CUI andmust not be incorporated into CUI Banner Markings or portion markings, or duplicate anymarking in the CUI Registry.Below are two examples of ways NOT to use administrative markings.In this example DRAFT is used aspart of the CUI Banner MarkingTHIS IS NOT AUTHORIZED.In this example CUI is included as apart of the administrative indicator.THIS IS NOT AUTHORIZED.CONTROLLED//DRAFTDepartment of Good WorksWashington, D.C. 20006Department of Good WorksWashington, D.C. 20006August 27, 2016August 27, 2016MEMORANDUM FOR THE DIRECTORMEMORANDUM FOR THE DIRECTORFrom: John E. Doe, Chief Division 5From: John E. Doe, Chief Division 5Subject: ExamplesSubject: ExamplesWe support the President by ensuring that the Governmentprotects and provides proper access to information toadvance the national and public interest.We support the President by ensuring that the Governmentprotects and provides proper access to information toadvance the national and public interest.We lead efforts to standardize and assess the managementof classified and controlled unclassified informationthrough oversight, policy development, guidance,education, and reporting.We lead efforts to standardize and assess the managementof classified and controlled unclassified informationthrough oversight, policy development, guidance,education, and reporting.Reference: 32 CFR 2002.20(l)19

Marking Electronic Media Storing or Processing CUIMedia such as USB sticks, hard drives, and CD ROMs must be marked to alert holders to thepresence of CUI stored on the device. Due to space limitations it may not be possible toinclude Category or Limited Dissemination Control Markings. At a minimum, mark mediawith the CUI Control Marking (“CONTROLLED” or “CUI”) and the designating agency.DOGW is an acronym for Department of Good Works.CONTROLLEDCONTROLLEDDEPARTMENT OFGOOD WORKSRemovable Hard driveEquipment can be marked or labeled to indicate that CUI is stored on the device.DOGWReference: 32 CFR 2002.2020

Marking Forms with CUIWhen filled in, forms that contain CUI must be marked.Note: As forms are updated, they should include a statement thatindicates the form is CUI when filled in. Mark existing forms to indicatetheir CUI status. If space on the form is limited, cover sheets can beused for this purpose.CUI Control MarkingCONTROLLEDwhen filled inReference: 32 CFR 2002.2021

CUI CoversheetsThe use of CUI coversheets is optional except when required by Agency policy.Note: Agencies may download coversheets from the CUI Registry or obtain hardcopies through General Services Administration (GSA) Global Supply Centers, orthe GSA Advantage on-line service.Optional Form 901Optional Form 902Optional Form 903CUI y CUICoversheet. Categories orsubcategories can beidentified in the spacesprovided.NSN-7540-01-633-7022Reference: 32 CFR 2002.32Detailed CUI Coversheet. Thespace indicated can be used t

Banner Markings. Reference: 32 CFR 2002.20(b) 5. The CUI Banner Marking : Uniformly and conspicuously apply CUI Banner Markings to the top portion of every page of all CUI documents. The content of the CUI Banner Marking must apply to the whole document (i.e., inclusive of all CUI within the